How many times have you bought a cup of coffee and gone to a nearby counter for condiments, then wondered what to do with the empty creamer and/or sweetener packets in your hand? Have you ever wanted to make room for some cream in your coffee cup, but there is no place to dump the excess liquid? Have you ever finished a meal in a busy quick-service restaurant and walked to the throw-away area, only to find the trash receptacle overflowing? Can you picture sitting at a bar with ...
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